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Rep. Tom Graves Travels To Israel - Rome Newswire
U.S. Rep. Tom Graves is visiting Israel this week to learn more about the U.S.-Israel relationship and meet with key leaders, including Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. In events and meetings throughout the week, Rep. Graves, along with several other ...
Free and reduced school meal application forms now online - Rome Newswire
Floyd County Schools is pleased to announce the availability of applying for free and reduced price meals online. The process is safe, secure, private and available now for parents anytime or anywhere with an Internet connection. This can reduce the ...
Berry Students Receive Research Awards - Rome Newswire
Two Berry College students have been named Synovus Scholars and received funding for their research. Chandler Maddox, a rising junior biology major from Gainesville, Ga., and Rashelly Rusia, a rising senior psychology, marketing, and management triple ...
Isakson at Hearing with Interim VA Secretary: ‘Not satisfied VA culture is any different now’ - Rome Newswire
U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson, a member of the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee, today pressed an administration official on the steps being taken to address the lack of accountability within the Department of Veterans Affairs in light of the agency’s ...
RFPRA Fall Youth Sports Registration Now Open - Rome Newswire
Fall league baseball players may sign up individually or as teams and do not have to play for the school district they attend. Age divisions are: 5-6, 7-8 (coach pitch), 9-10, 11-12, and 13-14 (player pitch). The player age control date is prior to May 1 ...
Search Results for 'scott harper' - Rome Newswire
411 Drive In at Centre, AL Open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Times listed are Central Time Weekend of October 7: Screen 1 is closed for reconstruction Screen 2 Double Feature 7pm : The Help 9:30 pm : I Don’t Know How She Does It Rome Concerts: Friday ...
Isakson, Chambliss Introduce Bill to Halt EPA Expanding Federal Authority Over All U.S. Water - Rome Newswire
U.S. Senators Johnny Isakson, and Saxby Chambliss, joined 28 other senators in introducing legislation to stop the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) from regulating nearly all private and state water in the United States. The Protecting Water and ...
RFPRA and Rome Braves Hosting Wiffle Ball Tournament – Registration Now Open - Rome Newswire
The Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation Authority and Rome Braves are hosting a Wiffle Ball Tournament at the Rome Braves Miracle Field. The tournament will be held July 24 through July 26. Week day games will begin at 5:30 p.m. and Saturday games begin at 9 ...
New Identity Theft Scam Reported By Local Police - Rome Newswire
Local Police have been advised of a new identity theft scam taking place across the country. The “Gangster Disciples” gang has an identity theft scam going on across the county and it has occurred twice in the City of Cartersville. The mode of ...
Berry College Officials Move Stadium Location Out of Respect for Bald Eagle Nest - Rome Newswire
Berry College’s proposed stadium, Valhalla, is being relocated out of respect for the nesting site of Georgia’s most famous pair of bald eagles, college officials announced today. Officials anticipate that construction on the stadium will begin this ...
River cruise series returns Sunday to Coosa River - Rome Newswire
The Rolling on the River Sunday Cruise series aboard the Sulzbacher Roman Holiday returns to the waters Sunday, June 1, 2014 at 2 p.m. A light narrative and history of the rivers will be presented by Capt. Norbert Falk. The river cruise will last ...
Model High principal elected president of GHSA - Rome Newswire
Dr. White is replacing long time GHSA President Dr. Gary Holmes of Brunswick, Georgia. Dr. Holmes is himself a Model High School graduate and he was also a principal in Floyd County Schools at Pepperell High School.
Isakson-Bennet Amendment Passes to Promote Integration of Early Childhood Education Funding - Rome Newswire
U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson, and Michael Bennet, D-Co., succeeded in passing a bipartisan amendment to help states coordinate federal and state funding streams to support early childhood education and care. The measure will also help states identify ways ...
Rep. Graves Votes To Allow Congress To Sue The President For Failing To Enforce Laws - Rome Newswire
U.S. Rep. Tom Graves voted for, and the House passed, the ENFORCE the Law Act, a bill to allow the House or Senate to sue the president of the United States if the president or Executive Branch employees fail to administer or enforce the law as required by ...
Sheriff’s Office Disposed of 246 Pounds of Prescription Medication - Rome Newswire
It has been nearly 6 months since the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office installed a drug drop box for unwanted and unneeded prescription medications. In that time, officials have collected 246 pounds of prescription medications that could have potentially ...